Synonyms for aramane or Related words with aramane

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Examples of "aramane"
“KumVee” Awarded Sahitya Akademi Award in 2007 for his work Aramane (Novel)
Singaaravva () is 2003 Indian Kannada language film directed by T. S. Nagabharana, based on the novel "Singaravva Mattu Aramane" by Chandrashekhara Kambara, and starring Prema and Avinash.
The descendants of the Ajila rulers still survive and inhabit the Aladangady Aramane (Ajila Palace). The present head of the Ajila dynasty is Padmaprasad Ajila, fourteenth in line through the matrilineal lineage of Veera Timmannarasa Ajila IV.
"Jackie" was released overseas by Bevin Exports in the countries of Australia, UK, Singapore, Germany, US, Dubai and New Zealand among others. The same firm had earlier released other Kannada blockbusters like Mungaaru Male and Aramane worldwide. The global distribution will be on a 50:50 sharing between Poornima Enterprises and Bevin Exports.
Roma has also acted in the Tamil movie "Kathale En Kathale" (2006). She made her Kannada début with "Aramane" (2007), starring Ganesh in the lead. Further, she reappeared in the Telugu industry after a break in the movie "Chalaki" in 2010. She has acted in some advertisements.
His third film as hero, "Hudugaata", was released on 8 June 2007. His subsequent films have included "Cheluvina Chithara" (2007), "Gaalipata" (2008), "Krishna" (2007), "Aramane" (2008), "Bombaat" (2008), "Sangama" (2008), "Circus" (2009), "Ullasa Utsaha", and "MaLeyali Jotheyali" (2009), "Eno Onthara" (2010), "Kool" (2011), "Maduve Mane" (2011), "Shyloo" (2011), "Munjane", "Romeo" (2012), "Shravani Subramanya" (2013) and "Mungaru Male 2" (2016).
His comedy-streak was showcased in "Ganeshana Maduve", "Gauri Ganesha", "Udbava", "Undoohoda Konduhoda", "Beladingala Baale", "Hasyaratna Ramakrishna", "Yarigu Helbedi", "dairya lakshmi". Ananth Nag is a first-choice not just to old-crop directors but also young directors like Yogaraj Bhat in"Mungaru Male", Gaalipata, NagaShekar in Aramane, Pawan Wodeyar in Googly (film).
Jolly Bastian is a Stunt Master predominantly working with South Indian film industry. His portfolio includes movies like "Putnanja", "Annayya", "Nattukku Oru Nallavan", "Bangalore Days", "Crazy Star", "Super Ranga", "Shyloo", "Aramane", "Gaalipata", "Silence", etc. He also runs an event management and orchestra group named 24 Events in which he is also the lead singer.
Some of his popular tracks include "Hogabeda Hudugi nanna bittu" (Annavra Makkalu), "Sumsumne Nagthale" (A), "Usire Usire" (Huccha), "Nuru Janmaku" (America America), "Kariya, I Love You" (Duniya), "Ondhondhe Bachitta Mathu" (Inthi Ninna Preethiya), "Prema Chandrama" (Yajamana), "Onde Usrirante" (Snehaloka), "Nagu Nagu" (Aramane), "Let's Dance Jothe Jothe" (Ee bandhana).
Once you reach Shiradi, you need to travel a few hundred meters where you reach a bridge taking right there you need to start trekking to reach the spot "Ombathhu Gudda". Gundya, Kempuhole, Maranahalli, Kadamane tea estate, Heggadde, Donigal and Manjarabad Fort are the places located on the Shiradi Ghat. Aramane Betta, Venkatagiri, Mugilagiri, Are Betta and Yedakumeri are the popular trekking spots.
At the center of Tehran there is a locality called Heshmatiye, Armenians name it Sardarabad. (Sardarabad is name of a place and specially a battle that took place in the same place in the early 20th century in Armenia.) In this locality there is an Avenue named “Dahmetri Aramane”. At a time there was strong number of Armenians who lived in this area, but gradually time pass the community in this locality shrink in number.
Hattiyangadi, which was once a capital of Alupa Kings, is now a small village. But it has still managed to retain its attraction with lush green mountains on one side and the curvaceous Varahi River on the other. On the bank of the river there is a spot called Aramane Adi, which earlier housed a palace. At an elevated spot nearby is the Chandranatha Basadi and behind it is the Jattiraya’s Temple.
Aramane (, translation: "Palace") is a 2008 Indian Kannada drama film directed by Nagashekhar, starring Ganesh and Anant Nag in the lead roles. The Plot of the film revolves around a wealthy businessman who is left isolated in his palatial house by his children after he decides to remarry on his wife's passing. He is befriended by a photographer who assures of bringing them together for 'one last photo' of the entire family.
Anegundi (Anegondi) (Kannada: ಆನೆಗುಂದಿ/ಆನೆಗೊಂದಿ) is a village in Gangavathi taluk, Koppal district in the Indian state of Karnataka. it is older than Hampi situated on the northern bank of Tungabhadra River. Huchappayana matha temple (with black-stone pillars and dance sculptures), Pampa Sarovar, Aramane (a ruined palace), Ranganatha temple, Kamal Mahal, and Nava Brindavana are the major attractions. Nimvapuram, a nearby village, has a mount of ash believed to be the cremated remains of monkey king Vaali.
Chieftains ruled the town and adjoining areas till independence. The area is famous for Yakshagana Mela, a kind of Tulu musical drama, with a Yakshagana troupe based there. There is also a world-famous Kambala (Bafallow Race Course) which conducts yearly race competitions. The town has one church – St. Peter Claver Church for Roman Catholics. There are many Hindu temples, mosques, and one Jain temple. Other popular places include Aladangady Temple, Aladangady Aramane, Jnana Marga, the Society Building, and Para Pente (Old Street). It has both public and private education institutions.
At beginning when the community was strong in number and there was no church in this area, so therefore they felt to have a church in their locality which was a need for survival of the community in this area. There was a school named “Sahakian” in Dahmetri Aramane Ave. and the school had a hall which was large in size. Since there was no land in the area to build a church, so the school hall was modified into a church. With the help of the Armenian Prelacy of Tehran and certain circumstances that was caused after Iranian revolution, the church was finally established and then anointed in 1987.
Preetham made his debut with the film "Mungaru Male". He wrote the script and co-wrote the screenplay with the director Yograj Bhat. The film had a simple story, that of the love and sacrifice of a young, carefree man. The movie went on to create box office history in the industry. Preetam followed it up with two more simple tales - "Geleya", directed by the long-time choreographer Harsha and the Ganesh starrer "Aramane". While both did not attain the success of his first film, Preetam won a lot of critical acclaim for his scripts. His films are usually characterized by having a simple, yet relating story line.
Jumadi is considered a "rajan-daiva" (kingly spirit) and hence many members of the Bunt community have Jumadi as their family deity. An example is the Chowta Royal family who worship Jumadi at the Jumadi shrine in the palace of Mudabidri (Chowtara Aramane) and also at the shrine near their old palace of Puttige. and also near their old palace of puttige. Jumadi is worshiped by the people of Tulu Nadu irrespective of caste. In some shrines, Jumadi is offered only "Satvikka" offerings: fruits, milk and other vegetarian foods. In other shrines, Jumadi is offered the blood of a rooster who represents Dhumasura. Later, the rooster is eaten by the devotees as Prasad, or given to the "pambadas" – the spirit impersonators.
The principality of Chowta split in 1544, with two separate capitals, one at Ullala, under the renowned Queen Abbakka Chowta, and another at Puttige. Ullal branch seems to have become extinct and 1603, the Chowta moved their capital to Moodabidri. In succeeding years Chowta power had greatly diminished due to invasions by Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan with whom they signed treaties.Chandrasekhara Chikkaraya Chowta V was the last Chowta king who had some authority. He reigned from 1783 to 1822. Following the conquest of South Canara by the British the Chowtas lost all their power except that they received a small pension from the then government. Descendants of the chowta rulers still survive and inhabit the "Chowtara Aramane" (Chowta Palace) of Moodabidri, which is known for its ornate carvings such as the Nava Nari Kunjara (Nine Damsel Elephant).
Ajila is a common surname of the Bunt people, the landed gentry of Tulu Nadu region in the south west of India. It is also the name of the Jain Bunt Dynasty who ruled the principality of Venur for several centuries(1154 to 1786 C.E). The most notable of the Ajila kings was Veera Timmannarasa Ajila IV who erected the monolith of Bahubali in 1604 C.E.The descendants of the Ajila rulers still survive and inhabit the Aladangady Aramane (Ajila Palace).The succession to the Ajila throne was as per the Bunt custom of matrilineal inheritance (Aliyasantana). The present head of the Ajila dynasty is Padmaprasad Ajila,fourteenth in line through the matrilineal lineage of Veera Timmannarasa Ajila IV. An inscription in Old Kannada by Veera Timmannarasa Ajila IV unearthed in 2006 reads